The Slip is the seventh studio album by American industrial rock act Nine Inch Nails, released on May 5, 2008 via digital download. Trent Reznor produced the album alongside Atticus Ross and Alan Moulder.
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9 - The Four of us are Dying
March 31, 2010
All Hail Trent Reznor
Great Great Great stuff for free what more could you ask for. Trents a damn good artist and the fact that hes doing what few have done before him makes him the most listened to artist for me. lol.
Also I heard somewhere his grandfather or someone in his family sold industrial equiptment. I beilive it because Im looking at a REZNOR A/C in a warehouse right now.
June 26, 2008
there's a higher res audio of this avail
24/96 released by reznor in wav and flac
May 13, 2008
i am very excited that mainstream bands are undermining the ineffectiveness and disproportionate spending of record conglomerates. as consumers we've been let down by an industry that has special interests in the FCC and government policy making in the communications/media sectors.
the end result is that we get force fed the same reprocessed pop music over and over again until it becomes nauseating to turn on your tv or the radio. so why would i spend $20 on an album from a band whose financially well off, when 99% of the profits will go into payola and other irresponsible business decisions.
creative commons liscensing is the future of the worlds artistic cultures. radiohead and nine inch nails get my support.